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Travel Blogs from Szigetszentmiklos
... my day with a more pleasant adventure, search for interesting Hungarian textiles at the market. I am now the proud owner of a beautiful embroidered Transylvanian pillow cover. Maybe your wondering why I didn't buy something Hungarian? Well, I posed that question to the shop owner who told me that even though Transylvania is in Romania, it belonged to Hungary. After the Terror Museum, I was in no mood to ...
... before he became a saint. And obviously the Basilica is named after him. Was OK.
Did a couple of "free" walking tours - the City walk and the Communist history walk. The guide on the City walk was doing her masters degree in Australian culture - a five year course ( she has now completed four ). I'm not quite sure why it would take that long!!!!! Or how she elected to do that in Budapest, or what she will do with it. And so far she hasn't ...
Walked around and explored more of the city. I think it's a little obvious which streets the city has tried to maintain as main tourist areas. Streets that are walking paths only, don't seem to have seen the same upkeep as roads, since the Communist era. It was 89 out, and really humid. It was one of those days where I questioned whether or not I actually put on deodorant in the morning, I was so hot (I did remember to wear some, by the way). Yeah, ...
Anyways, I will attempt to upload some pictures now. All taken with my I-phone... Likely no captions included as I'm not sure exactly what I photographed but this was just a prelude to some more organized sightseeing, after Rod get here.
That's all for now, have to check out of the Buda Castle Fashion Hotel (shut up CAP!) and check into the Budapest Corinthia Hotel.
... I wanted to do something for him but had no money, no connections, nothing. It struck me at how unfair and cruel life can be. He was sat there on the floor with his hat in front of him and one wooden leg. He couldn't do anything. I looked at his clothes and he was wearing an old shirt. It looked like something which he may have once worn to work but now it was old, dirty and slightly torn - he clearly couldn't work anymore. He was a bit ...
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